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Walgreens “Answers at Walgreens” Coupons

Posted on Monday, October 10th, 2011 at 2:05 pm
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Walgreens has just released “Answers at Walgreens,” an in-store booklet packed with mega savings on vitamins and supplements—perfect for warding off colds during this flu season and staying healthy. Check out the vitamin aisle of your local Walgreens to score this great money-saver!


All Coupons Expire 5/31/2012.

$3.00/1 Nature Made Skin Beauty & Wellness Pack, 30 packs
$3.00/1 Maxidene Intensive Repair for Skin, Hair & Nails, 60 ct.
$1.00/1 Nature Made Chewable Vitamin C, 60 ct.
$2.00/1 Nature Bounty Fish Oil 1,200 mg, 200 ct
$1.00/1 Applied Nutrition Supplements
$1.00/1 Natrol Omega-3 Krill Oil 500 mg, 30 ct.
$2.00/1 Vactiv Calcium Plus D Soft Chews, 60 ct.
$1.00/1 Schiff Move Free, 80 or 120 ct, MegaRed, 60 ct, Sweet Slumber, 60 ct, or Mega-D3, 90ct
$5.00/1 Osteo Bi-Flex Glucosamine Chondroitin MSM, 120 ct
$5.00/1 Nature Made Triple Flex with Vitamin D3, 120 ct.
$2.00/1 Os-Cal Calcium Supplements, 120 – 210 ct.
$1.00/1 Citracal Supplements, 60 – 200 ct.
$4.00/1 Omega DHA 900, 60 ct.
$5.00/1 Brainstrong Adult, 90 ct.
$1.00/1 One A Day Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplements, 50-200 ct.
$5.00/1 Bausch & Lomb PreserVision Eye Vitamin AREDS 2 Formula, 120 ct.
$2.00/1 Bausch & Lomb Ocuvite Eye Vitamin Adult 50+ Formula, 50 ct.
$1.00/2 I-Caps Eye Vitamin & Mineral Supplements
$2.00/1 Nature Made Calcium Magnesium Zinc, 100 ct.
$5.00/1 Focus Factor Dietary Supplements, 60 ct.
$2.00/1 Focus Factor Dietary Supplement for Kids, 60 ct.
$4.00/1 Omega Factor 3 Dietary Supplements, 60 ct.
$1.50/1 Ester-C 500 mg Vitamin Supplements, 90 ct.
$2.00/1 Nature Made Triple Probiotic, 30 ct.
$2.00/1 Nature Made Cholest-Off Complete, 120 ct.
$3.00/1 Nature Made CoQ10 100 mg, 72 ct.
$2.00/1 Nature Made Fish Oil 500 mg, 60 ct.
$1.50/1 Disney Princess Gummies Multi-Vitamin, 60 ct.
$2.00/1 Enfamil D-Vi-Sol or Poly-Vi-Sol Drops, 50 ml.
$3.00/1 Brainstrong Prenatal, 30+30 ct, Toddler, 30 ct, Kids, 30 ct.
$1.00/1 Flinstones Children’s Vitamins, 60 – 150 ct.


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